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Three Storytellers/One Concert

February 26, 2017

On March 17th, Jill Johnson and two storyteller/musician friends will gather  at Ott and Murphy’s Wines at 204 1st Street in Langley, WA on Whidbey Island for “The Celtic Heart”, a special celebration in which they will tell tales and play music from Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales.

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Jill is a familiar face on Whidbey. She premiered two one woman shows there, both of which received national recognition, and has performed as an actress and storyteller at venues all over the island. A former teacher and international training consultant, Jill “recycles” her extensive international experience into her storytelling. She has performed and given workshops in eight states and in Africa, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.

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For 35 years, Allison Cox of Vashon Island has been sharing stories that touch the heart, sooth the soul, and celebrate the diversity of life. Storytelling also accompanied her 23 years as a health professional and inspires her work as the Coordinator of the Healing Story Alliance and editor of their journal. Allison is also a co-editor and contributing author for The Healing Heart books and she is currently on the board of the Seattle Storytelling Guild.

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Katherine Gee Perrone of Seattle is an award-winning storyteller for children and adults, a singer/songwriter, and an award-winning playwright. At Brigham Young University, she was on the founding board for New Play Project, a company dedicated to bringing new works to the stage. Her plays have been produced in Texas, Colorado, New York, Washington DC and here in Washington State. She teaches and writes creative dramatics curriculum for Stone Soup Theatre and recently received her MFA in Playwriting and Screenwriting from Lesley University.

Jill is delighted to be bringing her two friends to Whidbey. “When you put three storytellers like us together – sparks fly! It’s going to be a fun evening!” The program starts at 7:30 pm and reservations are recommended. Call 360-221-7131 for more information.

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